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CCNP

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   DESCRIPTION


CCNP is an acronym for Cisco Certified Network Professional which is a professional level or the intermediate level certification of prestigious CCIE certification. This certification is aimed at full- time network or system administrators, or those who work with local and/or wide-area network (LAN/WAN) infrastructure. CISCO CCNP certification makes candidates eligible for planning, implementing, verifying and troubleshooting local and wide-area enterprise Cisco networks. In simple word, CCNP certification is a professional level certification for IT professionals who have knowledge of the primary technologies of the course i.e. who have good understanding of CCNA level of networking courses offered by CISCO.

   Course Description


  • Fund 1: The Dawn Of Man (And Switching)
  • Fund 2: Building The MAC Address Table
  • Fund 3: MAC Address Table Aging
  • Fund 3A: Dynamically Learned MAC Addresses And VLANs
  • Fund 4: SDM Templates
  • Fund 5: Autonegotiation, Speed, And Top Rope Duplexes
  • Fund 5: Autonegotiation, Speed, And Top Rope Duplexes
  • Fund 6: Introduction To Power Over Ethernet
  • Fund 7: More Power Over Ethernet
  • VLAN Section Network Topology and Addressing
  • VLAN 1: The Fundamentals Of Success On Exams And VLANs/li>
  • VLAN 2: VLAN Creation And Administration Lab
  • VLAN 3: Dynamic VLAN Fundamentals And Real-World VLAN Tip
  • VLAN 4: Troubleshooting Lab, Part 1
  • VLAN 5: VLAN Troubleshooting Lab, Part 2
  • VLAN 6: Trunking Fundamentals
  • VLAN 7: The Case Of ISL v. Dot1Q
  • VLAN 8: Changing The Native VLAN -- Why And How
  • VLAN 9: Fundamentals Of DTP
  • VLAN 10: DTP Lab, Part 1 (Switch 1)
  • VLAN 11: DTP Lab Concludes On SW2
  • VLAN 12: Allowing And Disallowing VLANs On A Trunk (Lab 1)
  • VLAN 13: Disallowing And Allowing VLANs, Lab 2
  • VLAN 14: Voice VLANs
  • VTP 1: Why And How We VTP
  • VTP 2: Modes, Subset Ads, And The Config Revision Number
  • VTP 3: Config Revision Number Lab And Advertisement Discussion
  • VTP 4: Versions, Passwords, and "Security
  • VTP 5: More Version Info And VTP Pruning
  • STP 1: It Begins!
  • STP 2: Config BPDUs And Root Bridge Election Walkthrough
  • STP 3: Identifying Root And Non-Root Bridges
  • STP 4: Root Path And Root Path Costs
  • STP 5: Watch Your Speeds, Plus Changing Path Cost Lab
  • STP 6: Per-VLAN Load Balancing With The Path Cost Option
  • STP 7: Per-VLAN Load Balancing With Port Priority, Plus STP Port State Review
  • STP 8: The STP Timers
  • STP 9: Configuring Primary And Secondary Root Bridges
  • STP 10: Using The Priority Command (And Limits Of The Root Primary Command)
  • Adv. STP 1: PortFast
  • Adv STP 2: Uplinkfast
  • Adv STP 3: Backbonefast
  • Adv 4: Root Guard
  • Adv 5: BPDU Guard
  • Adv 6: BPDU Filter And Loop Guard
  • Adv. 7: UDLD
  • RSTP 1: As Opposed To Slow STP?
  • RSTP 2: Synching And Compatibility
  • RSTP 3: CST, MST, And PVST Types
  • RSTP 1: As Opposed To Slow STP?
  • RSTP 2: Synching And Compatibility
  • RSTP 3: CST, MST, And PVST Types
  • ETH 1: Why And How We Etherchannel
  • ETH 2: Negotiating An Etherchannel
  • ETH 3: Load Distribution Over An Etherchannels
  • MLS 1: The Nuts And Bolts Of Multilayer Switching
  • MLS 2: SVI Lab
  • MLS 3: Routed Ports Lab
  • MLS 4: VSS
  • MLS 5: Stackwise
  • MLS 6: HSRP Fundamentals
  • MLS 7: HSRP Active Router Elections
  • MLS 8: HSRP Load Balancing
  • MLS 9: HSRP Interface Tracking, Lab 1
  • MLS 10: HSRP Interface Tracking, Lab 2
  • MLS 11: HSRP Timers And Authentication
  • MLS 12: VRRP Fundamentals And Object Tracking
  • MLS 13: VRRP Load Balancing
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  • MLS 14: GLBP Fundamentals
  • MLS 15: GLBP Show Commands And The AVG
  • MLS 16: GLBP, The AVG, And Priorities
  • MLS 17: GLBP AVF Cutover Lab
  • MLS 18: GLBP Timers
  • MLS 19: GLBP AVG Selection Plus Weighting / Tracking Lab
  • Security 1: Port Security Fundamentals
  • Security 2: Port Security Static And Dynamic Address Lab
  • Security 3: Port Security Max Addresses Lab
  • Security 4: Port Security Aging Time Lab
  • Security 5: Port Security Sticky Addressing Lab
  • Security 6: Errdisable Recovery Mode Lab
  • Security 7: Dot1x Port-Based Authentication
  • Security 7A: SPAN, The Local Version
  • Security 7B: SPAN, The Remote Kind, Plus Config Tips
  • Security 7C: Storm Control
  • Security 7D: VLAN ACLs
  • Security 7E: Private VLAN Terminology
  • Security 7F: Private VLAN Lab
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  • Security 7G: Private VLAN Verification
  • Security 8: DHCP Fundamentals
  • Security 9: DHCP Assignment Lab And IP Helper-Address Command
  • Security 10: DHCP Manual Address Binding Lab
  • Security 11: A Taste Of DHCP V6
  • Security 12: DHCP Snooping
  • Security 13: Dynamic ARP Inspection
  • Security 14: IP Source Guard Discussion And Lab Start
  • Security 15: IP Source Guard Concludes, VLAN Hopping Prevention Tips
  • Security 16: Cisco Discovery Protocol
  • Security 17: The Case Of Telnet v. SSH
  • Monitor 1: Syslog
  • Monitor 2: Manually Setting The Clock And NTP Discussion
  • Monitor 3: NTP Server - Client Config Lab
  • Monitor 4: NTP Server - Client Lab Continues
  • Monitor 5: NTP Authentication Labs Conclude
  • Monitor 6: SNMP
  • Monitor 7: SLA
  • Monitor 8: AAA Authentication Discussion
  • Monitor 9: AAA Authentication Continues
  • Monitoring 10: AAA Authentication Lab
  • Monitoring 11: AAA Authorization And Accounting
  • The Case Of TCP v UDP, Part The First
  • The Case Of TCP v. UDP, Part The Second
  • PPP: Over Ethernet And Otherwise!
  • Real Rapid Routing Review
  • EIGRP Fund 1: Adjacencies And Successors
  • EIGRP Fund 2: NBMA Network Lab
  • EIGRP Fund 3: Baby, Baby, Where Did Our Subnets Go?
  • EIGRP Fund 4: Successors, Feasible Successors, And The Topology Table
  • EIGRP Fund 5: Promoting A Feasible Successor
  • EIGRP Fund 6: The Variance Command
  • EIGRP Fund 7: DUAL, Passive, and Active Routes
  • Adv EIGRP 1: Packet Types And Timers
  • Adv EIGRP 2: Hello Timers Lab
  • EIGRP Adv 3: "show ip eigrp neighbor" And Some Distances..
  • EIGRP Adv 4: Feasible, Reported, And Advertised Distances
  • EIGRP Adv 5: FD, AD, And Variance
  • EIGRP Adv 6: Default And Non-Default Admin Distances
  • EIGRP Adv 7: Autosummarization
  • EIGRP Adv 8: Manual Route Summarization
  • EIGRP Adv 9: The AD 5 And Stub Routing Theory
  • EIGRP Adv 10: Passive Interfaces
  • EIGRP Adv 11: The Metric Weights
  • EIGRP Adv 12: Know Thy Interface Types (And BW Calculations)
  • EIGRP Adv 13: Propagating Static Default Routes
  • EIGRP Adv 14: Using "IP Default-Network"
  • EIGRP Adv 15: Adjacency Authentication
  • OSPF Fund 1: Link State Protocol Operation
  • OSPF Fund 2: The DR And BDR
  • OSPF Fund 3: DR For Life -- Or Not?
  • OSPF Fund 4: The Buildout Begins! (Broadcast Segment)
  • OSPF Fund 5: Building An NBMA Network
  • OSPF Fund 6: Building A Point-To-Point Network
  • OSPF Fund 7: Missing Subnets And Virtual Links
  • OSPF Fund 8: Why Not One Big Area Zero?
  • OSPF Fund 9: Interface Costs And Reference Bandwidths
  • OSPF Fund 10: The Bandwidth Command And Interface Costs
  • OSPF Fund 11: Audible! Lab Confirm And Changing The RID
  • OSPF Fund 12: Four Routers On Broadcast Segment
  • OSPF Adv A1: Router Type And LSA Type Review
  • OSPF Adv 1: Intro To OSPF Route Redistribution and Stub Areas
  • OSPF Adv 2: Configuring Stub and Total Stub Areas
  • OSPF Adv 3: Configuring NSSAs
  • OSPF Adv 4: E1, E2, N1, And N2 Routes
  • OSPF Adv 5: More Route Redistribution!
  • OSPF Adv 6: Simple Authentication
  • OSPF Adv 7: MD5 Authentication
  • RouteRedis 1: The Fundamentals Of Success
  • RouteRedis2: OSPF-To-RIP Redistribution
  • RouteRedis3: Ping Both Ways After Redistribution
  • RouteRedis 4: Beware The Routing Suboptimal
  • RouteRedis 5: Changing The AD For An Entire Protocol
  • Route Redis 6: Changing The AD For Some (Or One) Route
  • RouteRedis 7: Changing The AD Based On OSPF Route Type
  • RouteRedis 8: Redistributing EIGRP (And Tweaking The AD)
  • RouteRedis 9: Using Distribute Lists With OSPF
  • RouteRedis 11: Distribute-Lists And EIGRP Redistribution
  • RouteRedis 12: Can Multiple Distribute Lists Co-Exist?
  • RouteRedis 13: Writing And Verifying A Route Map
  • RouteRedis 14: Applying A Route Map To Route Redistribution
  • Route Redis 15: Route Maps And Two-Way Route Redistribution
  • Route Redis 16: More Route Maps And Two-Way Route Redistribution
  • Route Redis 17: Policy Routing Theory And Application
  • Route Redis 18: More Policy Routing Lab Work!
  • Route Redis 19: Local Policy Routing Theory And Application
  • VPN 1: The Dreaded Yet Necessary Theory
  • VPN 2: IKE Phase 1 In Action
  • VPN 3: IPSec SA Configuration
  • VPN 4: Building, Verifying, And Debugging Your VPN Build!
  • VPN 5: A Dash Of DMVPN, NHRP, And mGRE
  • VPN 6: VRF Lab Part 1
  • VPN 7: VRF Lab Part 2
  • VPN 8: VRF Lab Part 3
  • VRF Lab Part 4 -- Pinging!
  • IPv6 1: Fundamentals And Zero Compression Techniques
  • IPv6 2: EUI64 Interface Identifiers (And More!)
  • IPv6 3: Stateless And Stateful Autoconfiguration
  • IPV6 4: Building An OSPFv3 Broadcast Segment
  • IPV6 5: Adding Loopbacks To Our OSPF Network
  • IPV6 6: Configuring An OSPFv3 Point-To-Point Network
  • IPv6 7: Configuring An OSPF NBMA Network
  • IPv6 8: Route Redistribution And Stub Routing With OSPFv3
  • IPv6 9: Configuring EIGRP On IPv6
  • IPv6 10: Configuring RIPng
  • IPv6 11: T-Shooting OSPF V3
  • IPv6 12: Migration Strategies
  • Security 1: Standard And Extended ACLs
  • Security 2: Host, Any, and Seeing Dollar Signs
  • Security 3: Extended ACL Lab
  • Security 4: Named ACL Lab
  • Security 5: Time-Based ACL Lab
  • Security 6: Password Review And Telnet Lab
  • Security 7: Username / Password Database And Telnet Lab
  • Security 8: Secure Shell And SNMP
  • Security 9: The Network Time Protocol
  • Security 10: NTP Authentication And Access Control Lab
  • Security 10A: NTP Broadcast Mode Lab
  • Security 11: Unicast RPF
  • Security 12: The IP Helper Address
  • Security 13: Using And Filtering "Debug IP Packet"
  • Security 14: Spotting Potential Memory Issues
  • Security 15: Core Dump
  • BGP 1: Intro Remarks
  • BGP 2: External BGP Peering
  • BGP 3: iBGP Peering And Loopback Interface Discussion
  • BGP 4: eBGP Peering With Loopback Interfaces
  • BGP 5: Advertising Routes With The "Network" Command
  • BGP 6: The Origin And Next-Hop Attributes, Plus The Best-Path Selection Process
  • BGP 7: Examining The Selection Of One BGP Path Over Another
  • BGP 8: The Mystery Of Next-Hop Addresses
  • BGP 9: Mystery Solved!
  • BGP 10: The MED
  • BGP 11: Local Preference -- All Or Nothing At All
  • BGP 12: Local Preference -- Changing One But Not All
  • BGP 13: The Weight Attribute
  • BGP 14: More Weight Work!
  • BGP 15: Route Summarization And Advertisements
  • BGP 16: Synch Rules And The Full Mesh
  • BGP 17: Route Reflectors -- Why And How
  • BGP 18: Prefix Lists Begin
  • BGP 19: Prefix Lists Continue
  • BGP 20: A Few Final Tips
  • Breather 1: Cisco Express Forwarding
  • Breather 2: Service Level Agreement Lab
  • Breather 3: SLA Lab Continues
  • Breather 4: SLA Tracking Lab
  • Switching 1: Cisco Switch Fundamentals
  • Switching 2: Port Security Fundamentals
  • Switching 3: Port Security Static Addressing Lab
  • Switching 4: Port Security With Multiple Secure Addresses
  • Switching 5: The Errdisable Recover Feature (And Shortcoming)
  • Switching 6: Speaking Of Trunking
  • Switching 7: More Trunking!
  • Switching 9: Things That Don't Go With Etherchannelling
  • Switching 10: Etherchannel Negotiation Protocols
  • Adv 1: Section Intro
  • Adv 2: Portfast
  • Adv 3: Uplinkfast
  • Adv 4: Backbonefast
  • Adv 5: Root Guard
  • Adv 6: BPDU Guard
  • Adv 7: BPDU Filter and Root Guard
  • Adv 8: UDLD
  • Adv 9: RSTP Theory
  • Adv 10: RSTP Synch & Compatibility
  • Adv 11: CSP, MST, PVST
  • Adv. 12: SDM Intro
  • Adv. 13: SDM Lecture
  • OSPF 1: The Fundamentals Of T-Shooting
  • OSPF 2: Hello And Dead Timers
  • OSPF 3: Network Masking And Point-To-Point Links
  • OSPF 4: NBMA Network Config And T-Shooting
  • OSPF 5: Virtual Links - Yea Or Nay?
  • OSPF 6: Virtual Links: Building And Troubleshooting
  • OSPF 7: Authentication Labs Begin
  • OSPF 8: Password Mismatch Debugging And Troubleshooting
  • OSPF 9: Spotting and Fixing Authentication Type Mismatches
  • OSPF 10: Combining Area Authentication and Interface-Level Authentication
  • SPF 12: Passive And Non-Passive Interfaces
  • OSPF 13: The MTU
  • OSPF 14 Stub Areas and RIDs
  • EIGRP 1: The "Network" And "Frame Map(?)" Commands
  • EIGRP 2: Masks, Timers, and Flapping Links
  • EIGRP 3 : K-Values and Passive Interfaces
  • EIGRP 4: More Passive Interfaces
  • EIGRP 5: Load Balancing, Traceroutes, and Pings
  • EIGRP 6: Split Horizon Problems And Solutions
  • EIGRP 7: Creating Subinterfaces From Not-Quite-Scratch
  • EIGRP 8: Conclusion of Subinterface Creation Lab
  • Redistribution 1: The Fundamentals
  • Redistribution 2: EIGRP > RIPv2
  • Redistribution 3: Extended Pings and Traceroutes
  • Redistribution 4: RIPv2 > EIGRP
  • Redistribution 5: OSPF
  • Redistribution 6: Fine-Tuning With Route Maps (Part 1)
  • Redistribution 7: Fine-Tuning With Route Maps (Part 2)
  • HSRP 1: The Fundamentals
  • HSRP 2: Preemption And Testing HSRP
  • HSRP 3: Interface Tracking Lab Begins
  • HSRP 4: Interface Tracking Lab Concludes
  • HSRP 5: Route Tracking Lab Begins
  • HSRP 6: Route Tracking Lab Ends)
  • ACL 1 Refresher
  • ACL 2: Named ACLs And Placement
  • ACL 3: Line Order, Placement, And...Notepad?
  • ACL 4: NAT Lab Begins
  • ACL 5: NAT Lab Concludes
  • ACL 6: Time-Range Time
  • ACL 7: More Time Range Lab
  • ACL 8: NTP Lab Work
  • ACL 9: NTP Authentication
  • IPv6 Section Intro
  • IPv6 1: Address Compression
  • IPv6 2: EUI-64 Interface Identifiers
  • IPv6 3: Autoconfiguration
  • IPv6 4: OSPFv3 Broadcast Segment
  • IPv6 5: OSPFv3 Loopback Add
  • IPv6 6: OSPFv3, Adding PTP Network And Area 14
  • IPv6 7: OSPFv3 NBMA Segment
  • IPv6 8: Route Redistribution / Stub and Total Stubs in OSPFv3
  • IPv6 9: EIGRP for IPv6
  • IPv6 10: A RIPng Good Time
  • IPv6 11: Troubleshooting OSPFv3 Configs
  • IPv6 12: Migration Strategies
  • Fund 1: Citizen C.I.A.
  • Fund 2: Intro To SIEM
  • Fund 3: More SIEM
  • Fund 4: Recon Attacks and Phishing
  • Fund 5: Social Engineering and Spear Phishing
  • Fund 6: Privilege Escalation and Telnet
  • Fund 7: More Privilege Escalation
  • Fund 8: DoS and DDoS Attacks
  • Fund 9: Advanced Persistent Threats
  • Attack 1: Man-In-The-Middle Attacks
  • Attack 2: ARP Poisoning and Dynamic ARP Inspection
  • Attack 3: DAI Commands
  • Attack 4: MAC Spoofing and CAM Table Overflows
  • Attack 5: Port Security Fundamentals
  • Attack 6: Port Security Dynamic Address Learning
  • Attack 7: Port Security Shutdown!
  • Attack 8: Port Security And Automatic Port Reenabling
  • Attack 9: Port Security Static Address Aging
  • Attack 11: Refresh Your VLAN Knowledge Here!
  • Attack 12: Private VLAN Theory
  • Attack 13: Private VLAN Lab
  • Attack 14: OSPF Authentication Fundamentals
  • Attack 15: OSPF Clear-Text Authentication
  • Attack 16: OSPF MD5 Authentication
  • Attack 17: Root Guard
  • Attack 18: BPDU Guard and Loop Guard
  • Attack 19: VLAN ACLs, Part 1
  • Attack 20: VLAN ACLs, Part 2
  • Attack 21: Stoppin' VLAN Hoppin'
  • Attack 22: DHCP Snooping Intro
  • Attack 23: DHCP Snooping w/ Address Renewal
  • Attack 24: DHCP Snooping And First Time Address Acquisition
  • Attack 25: IPSG Theory & Lab 1 Begins
  • Attack 26: IPSG Lab 1 Continues
  • Attack 27: IPSG Lab w/ Static Mappings, No DHCP
  • Attack 28: Segue To The Next Section

   Advantages of KVCH


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   Training and Placement Assistance


KVCH has a dedicated placement cell that provides dedicated placement assistance to each one of the students. We understand how difficult it is for students to find a job in today’s competitive era. With millions of graduates in the market and only few jobs opportunities available, finding a job is the battle of the best.

KVCH provides students with the bundles of opportunities and a career breakthrough, we make sure that the students get the right opportunity at the right time at the right place. We have multiple campus drives and tie-ups with MNC’s which allows students of KVCH to land on to their dream jobs. We have a record of students who are placed by the KVCH because of the efforts of our Placement team.

 

   Top 16 Reasons to Choose KVCH for Ccnp Training


  • Ccnp training is designed according to current IT market.
  • Offer the best Ccnp training and placement with well defined training modules and course sessions.
  • Facilitate regular, weekend and customized Ccnp training..
  • One of the biggest team of Certified Expert Trainers with 5 to 15 years of Real Industry Experience.
  • Mentors of Ccnp training in Delhi helps in major project training, minor project training, live project preparation, interview preparation and job placement support.
  • Smart Labs with Real Latest Equipments.
  • Smart classrooms fully equipped with projectors, live racks, Wi-Fi connectivity, Digital Pads.
  • Silent and Discussion Zone areas in Labs to enhance Self Study and Group Discussions.
  • Free of Cost Personality Development sessions including Spoken English, Group Discussions, Mock Interviews, Presentation skills.
  • Free of Cost Seminars for Personality Development & Personal Presentation.
  • Varity of Study Material: Books, PDF’s, Video Lectures, Sample questions, Interview Questions (Technical and HR), and Projects.
  • Globally Recognized Course Completion Certificate.
  • Extra Time Slots (E.T.S.) for Practical's(Unlimited), Absolutely Free.
  • The ability to retake the class at no-charge as often as desired.
  • One-on-One attention by instructors.
  • Helps students to take knowledge of complex technical concepts.
 

   KVCH Trainer's Profile for Ccnp training


  • Are truly expert and fully up-to-date in the subjects they teach because they continue to spend time working on real-world industry applications.
  • Have received awards and recognition from our partners and various recognized IT Organizations.
  • Are working professionals working in multinational companies such as HCL Technologies, Birlasoft, TCS, IBM, Sapient, Agilent Technologies etc.
  • Are certified Professionals with 7+ years of experience.
  • Are Well connected with Hiring HRs in multinational companies.
 

   Placement Assistance after Ccnp training


  • KVCH is the leader in offering placement to the students, as it has a dedicated placement wing which caters to the needs of the students during placements.
  • KVCH helps the students in the development of their RESUME as per current industry standards.
  • KVCH conducts Personality Development sessions including Spoken English, Group Discussions, Mock Interviews, Presentation skills to prepare students to face challenging interview situation with ease.
  • KVCH has prepared its students to get placed in top IT FIRMS like HCL, TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Accenture and many more.
 

   KVCH Course duration for Ccnp training


  • Fast Track Training Program (6+ hours daily)
  • Regular Classes (Morning, Day time & Evening)
  • Weekend Training Classes (Saturday, Sunday & Holidays)
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